Finding Me - Chapter Eleven: Lobo Summary & Analysis

Michelle Knight
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Castro announced one Saturday that he was taking Michelle upstairs. She was hoping it meant it was letting her go. It was difficult for Michelle to walk after she’d been chained up for so long. When he opened the door leading to the first floor, the flood of sunlight that filtered in nearly blinded her. She had been in the dark for so long. He told her that she was going upstairs in one of the bedrooms. He chained her to the bed and supplied her with a bucket for her toilet. The chain was so tight that she could only sit not stand. He announced that she would be there for a while. To indoctrinate her to her new surroundings, he then raped her. After he was through abusing her, he told her more about his abusive childhood. He claimed...

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